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Meal Plan 26th September - 2nd October

Meal Plan

Another week has whizzed by and it's been a bit stressful at times thanks to lost school bags, clubs over running, and a teething 18 month old.....but we got there in the end and I suppose I should be grateful that the double sleepover my eldest two had on Friday passed without incident. I did a lot of therapeutic baking this weekend, some of which I'll be blogging soon. There were cheese and ham pinwheels, an apple crumble and custard loaf cake (absolutely amazing - I've put on half a stone just looking at it), standard Saturday morning fairy cakes, choc chip cookies and some mini quiches. Unfortunately my lot don't do moderation so there's hardly any left for lunchboxes. They must think they're not going to get fed again until next weekend!

I have a feeling the broad bean risotto on Tuesday might go down like a lead balloon with the kids and hubby (I have emergency fish fingers) but I love broad beans so tough luck. If emergency fish fingers are required it might mean I'm eating leftover broad bean risotto for the rest of the week. I can think of worse things.

I hope everyone has a stress free week!

Monday 26th September
Carbonara with garlic bread

Tuesday 27th September
Broad Bean Risotto

Wednesday 28th September
Homemade tomato and mozzarella pizza's

Thursday 29th September
Freezer surprise - probably a chilli

Friday 30th September
Leftover Freezer Surprise. If it is chilli I'll make a chilli cheese pasta bake

Saturday 1st October
Panini's, Coleslaw and Salad

Sunday 2nd October
Roast gammon, sweet potato mash, cauli broc cheese and carrots

Comments

  1. Ah you had one for my favourites tonight, got to love Carbonara. I hope they enjoy the risotto! X

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  2. GIVE me the Sunday menu please, all week! I ADORE roast gammon! Great plan for the week, Karen

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